Used cars: Models that sell for 60% more than six months ago

Using exclusive data provided by cap hpi, we reveal the 20 older cars that have risen in value most in six months, with used Toyota Auris hybrids and Vauxhall Zafiras up by almost 60%.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals he was docked £1 from his wages by Manchester United for drinking a fruit juice
'Once I was there I found a small, closed mentality.'
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Man City XI vs Watford: Starting lineup, confirmed team news and latest injuries for Premier League today
Manchester City have almost a clean bill of health for today’s Premier League clash with Watford.
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I'm a Celebrity fans couldn't believe what they were hearing as Arlene called Danny a rude name
The former Strictrly judge had viewers 'howling'
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Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: Divock Origi scores yet another big goal at a crucial time
Liverpool captalised on Chelsea’s loss away at West Ham United earlier on Saturday by beating Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux.
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Coleen Rooney unveils lavish festive decor with gold and silver Christmas tree
Coleen Rooney has gone all out this Christmas treating fans to a sneak peak of her designer tree as she looks forward to the festive season with Wayne and their four sons
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MI5 spy dubbed 'Director K' says Russian agents are like an unpredictable storm threatening Britain
The MI5's head of hostile states counterintelligence, Director K, has called for the 100-year-old Official Secrets Act to be brought up to date and for the British public to play their part
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Divock Origi’s last-gasp strike gives Liverpool dramatic win at Wolves
Titles are won on days like this. As the clock ticked deep into added time Liverpool looked sure to regret an inexplicable miss from Diogo Jota, whose inability to convert in the 60th minute appeared to have cost them the opportunity they were granted earlier in the day. Then Mohamed Salah escaped down the right one last time and squared for Divock Origi, who had arrived midway through the second half, to spin and fire beneath José Sá. The visitors’ bench erupted into wild celebrations: they may only top the Premier League for a few hours this evening, but this felt like a significant victory given Liverpool had been on the verge of leaving the Black Country with regrets after doing everything but score.West Ham’s win over Chelsea meant Liverpool could profit doubly from victory here, not that they needed any kind of fillip. Jürgen Klopp cannot have had many easier decisions than the one to name an unchanged lineup from the selection that embarrassed Everton on Wednesday; Liverpool had been in full flow, scoring four goals in each of their previous three league games, and when a team is in this vein of form a manager’s touch can be mercifully light. Continue reading...
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Northampton increase Bath’s woes with bonus-point victory
The visitors lost lock Josh McNally in the warm-up and then saw both half-backs, Ben Spencer and Danny Cipriani, forced off injured.
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Neal Maupay leaves it late as Brighton rescue point at Southampton
Maupay’s sixth Premier League goal in 15 appearances was scored in the eighth minute of added time at St Mary’s.
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German nurse on brink of tears as fourth Covid wave cripples health system: 'Can't do it'
A GERMAN nurse fought back tears as she said she was struggling to stay "positive" as the country attempts to fight back a fourth coronavirus wave.
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Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Footage shows callous child killers scoffing McDonald's and ice cream as six-year-old starved in hallway
In a video released by West Midlands Police, Thomas Hughes and his girlfriend Emma Tustin are seen scoffing food on the sofa at their home
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Pécresse chosen as French centre-right’s first female candidate for presidency
Former minister is surprise winner of Les Républicains’ nomination, beating high-profile names such as Michel BarnierFrance’s rightwing opposition party has chosen a female candidate for next year’s presidential election for the first time in its history.Valérie Pécresse emerged victorious after two rounds of voting by members of Les Républicains that unexpectedly saw favourites including “Monsieur Brexit” Michel Barnier knocked out in the first vote last week. Continue reading...
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Divock Origi sinks Wolves at the death as Liverpool march on
The substitute fired in from close range in stoppage time just as it looked like the Reds would fail to score for the first time in eight months.
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'My wife is so obsessed with her video game she hasn't got time to cook for me'
A husband took to social media to complain about his wife being "too obsessed" with a video game to help take their of him and their pet cat
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Exeter win another Saracens grudge match as rivals pay for ill-discipline
Exeter 18-15 SaracensTight game settled by decisive try from Luke Cowan-DickieA big game and an even bigger result for Exeter. The Chiefs have not had the smoothest of calendar years, but a try apiece for Tom O’Flaherty and Luke Cowan-Dickie in front of an enthused home crowd made it another sobering trip west for a Saracens team who have not found Devon the happiest of hunting grounds.The second-placed Londoners, who conceded two tries to nil, could have few complaints on this occasion with Exeter’s fifth straight home league win over their opponents partly assisted by the visitors’ lack of self-discipline. The game was notable for the unusually high ratio of penalties awarded against Saracens for dissent or unsportsmanlike comments, with the referee Luke Pearce clearly keen to avoid any repeat of the acrimony which has hung over this fixture in the past. Continue reading...
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Strictly's Dan Walker suffers 'painful' treatment after injury ahead of quarter-final
BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker, 44, shared a photo of some rather painful-looking physio treatment after injuring his leg
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'My daughter's Christmas fair was cancelled because parents are mixing fears with facts'
The stress and mental health challenges are a reality and can never be trivialised but we have to seriously ask ourselves how we’re going to get back to living our lives without fear
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Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s winning start continues as Rangers see off Dundee
The new Rangers boss has now won four out of four since replacing Steven Gerrard at the Ibrox helm.
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Divock Origi scores stoppage-time winner at Wolves to send Liverpool top of the Premier League
Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: The Belgian striker came off the bench to fire Klopp’s side to victory late on
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Wolves 0-1 Liverpool: 6 talking points as Divock Origi spares Diogo Jota's blushes
Liverpool snatched victory against Wolves at Molinuex on Saturday afternoon thanks to a late winner from Divock Origi, sending them back to the top of the Premier League
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Sex and the City reboot: Everything we know about show and the four new diverse friends
Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis are back playing Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte with the notable absence of Kim Cattrall playing Samantha
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Callum Wilson goal sinks Burnley to earn Newcastle first Premier League win
Substitute Jay Rodriguez had a late strike ruled out for offside.
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Campbell Hatton 'accidentally' KOs opponent in first fight since being booed on AJ undercard
Campbell Hatton eased to victory over Hungarian Attila Csereklye in Bilbao on Friday, but did admit his winning knockout blow was an ‘accident’.
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Loving dad stabbed to death when he stopped son, 15, from being attacked on bus
Michael Fadayomi was knifed to death by Marcus Griffiths after the murderer attacked the popular football coaches son following a confrontation on a bus in Willesden
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Mexico celebrated through the eyes of designers – in pictures
From the 1910s to the 1960s, after the political and social unrest of the Mexican revolution, art and graphic design were used as a tool to create a shared vision of a united Mexico. Artists including Diego Rivera, Saturnino Herrán and Carlos Mérida created works that would adorn posters, stamps, books, magazines, tourist guides and postcards. A new book, Mexico: The Land of Charm (RM Publications, £30), brings together 350 such artworks, celebrating the country’s rich history of art and design as well as the bicentenary of Mexican independence from Spanish rule.“The book gathers illustrations and prints that represent ‘what is Mexican’,” says its author, Mercurio López Casillas. “They are recreations of a heavenly and colourful idealised Mexico, inhabited by people who are always happy.” Continue reading...
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Sweet dreams are made of this: why dream analysis is flourishing
Are dreams a message from the soul or meaningless ‘brain farts’? Groups dedicated to interpretation are thrivingJason DeBord regrets the demise of an old parlour game once much-loved in the 19th century: What Did I Eat Last Night? It involved a player recounting their dreams – recorded in a journal upon waking – as an audience was challenged to guess what dream-provoking food they had consumed for the previous night’s supper, be it stilton, rarebit or undercooked or cured meats (all understood to be culprits when it came to colourful dreaming).“Maybe you had eaten rare beef and then you dream about cows, you know, chasing you,” explains DeBord. “It sounds like a blast, doesn’t it? I’d have loved to have played that game.” Continue reading...
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This was a bridge too far, even for Boris Johnson | Rowan Moore
His proposed link from Scotland to Northern Ireland has finally been sunk by cost. No surprise thereAn architect who was invited to design a kitchen extension for a married couple spent an evening with them to discuss their (conflicting) needs and aspirations for the work. At the end, he gave them this valuable advice. “You don’t need a kitchen,” he said, “you need a divorce.”This story brings us to the announcement that Boris Johnson’s idea of building a bridge between Northern Ireland and Scotland would be, at £335bn, absurdly expensive. Such was widely suspected as soon as the plan became public given, among other things, that it would have to cross the 300m-deep Beaufort’s Dyke, which is filled with up to a million tonnes of dumped munitions. But it has required a government feasibility study by a team of “world-renowned technical advisers” to conclude that bears do, after all, shit in the woods. Continue reading...
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Is action man Gove up for a daring investment adventure?
The head of ‘levelling up’ should be on a mission to direct funds to struggling areas – but No 11 is a strong adversaryMichael Gove has become the British economy’s Mr Fixit. While Rishi Sunak gives the appearance of someone who obsesses about little other than how and when to reduce the national debt, it is left to the MP for Surrey Heath to chart the government’s next steps.As the new boss of Whitehall’s most clumsily renamed department – for “levelling up”, housing and communities (DLUHC) – it is Gove and not the chancellor who appears to have the job of joining the random dots on Boris Johnson’s map to a brighter, more equal and more planet-friendly future. Continue reading...
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Torrey Peters: ‘My book’s about dealing with the adult realities of being trans’
The acclaimed author of Detransition, Baby talks about the novel’s breakthrough success and how she was moved by the support of contemporariesFaces of 2021: Billie Eilish on her extraordinary yearTorrey Peters’s Detransition, Baby is the story of Reece, a sharp and self-destructive trans woman in New York, who finds herself suddenly back in touch with a former lover, Ames. Ames was previously Amy, also a trans woman, but has now detransitioned. Ames’s new girlfriend, Katrina, reveals she is pregnant with his child. The three of them form an unconventional family and try to decide whether to raise the child together.Detransition, Baby was an international bestseller and is being adapted for Amazon Prime by the team behind Grey’s Anatomy. The novel was longlisted for the 2021 Women’s prize for fiction, the first time the award has recognised the work of a trans woman. Peters lives in New York with her wife. Continue reading...
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This week in audio: Fat Leonard; Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera; Afterwords: Stuart Hall
The man at the centre of a vast US navy scandal confesses all; the human cost of reality TV; and in praise of the superstar intellectualFat Leonard | Project BrazenHarsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera | WonderySunday Feature: Afterwords: Stuart Hall (Radio 3) | BBC SoundsA couple of juicy investigative podcasts last week: Fat Leonard, which exposes the US navy’s taste for drugs, booze, fancy hotels, prostitutes and general off-sea high living. And Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera, which exposes the British taste for… tacky reality shows. Continue reading...
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Penelope Jackson appeals against murder verdict claiming media footage ‘impeded’ fair trial
The release of filmed confession of Somerset woman jailed for killing husband prejudiced her hearing, says lawyerA woman jailed for at least 18 years after being found guilty of murdering her husband is to appeal against her conviction on the grounds that video and audio evidence released into the public domain midway through her trial impeded her right to a fair hearing.Penelope Jackson, 66, was found guilty of murder in October at Bristol crown court after a jury of eight women and four men delivered a 10-2 majority verdict. Continue reading...
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Michael Owen's prediction for Ralf Rangnick's first match as Man Utd manager vs Crystal Palace
Man Utd will take on Crystal Palace in Ralf Rangnick's first game in charge and Michael Owen has backed the Red Devils to see off the Eagles, despite their impressive recent record at Old Trafford
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No Dragon Age 4 news till 2022 reveals BioWare on Dragon Age Day
Ware and EA have plenty in store for Dragon Age fans this Dragon Age Day, but it doesn’t include any updates on the new game.
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Who left Strictly Come Dancing last week?
A quick refresher before tonight's episode.
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Who is Tess Bateman as she returns to Casualty tonight?
A familiar face returns to Holby ED tonight in part 1 of the Casualty Christmas special.
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Pundit tips three Manchester United fringe players to make impact under Ralf Rangnick
Interim manager Ralf Rangnick is set to take charge for the first time when Man United meet Crystal Palace.
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Lenny Kravitz wows at private party during Miami Art week
Legendary rocker Lenny Kravitz gave a private performance for a star-studded crowd that included Leonardo DiCaprio and local Latin boy band CNCO during Miami’s Art week
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Kenya: more than 20 drown as bus is swept away in flooded river
Vehicle travelling to wedding keels over and sinks in fast-flowing waters in Kitui CountyMore than 20 people drowned on Saturday when a bus travelling to a wedding in Kenya was swept away by fast-flowing waters as it tried to cross a flooded river.Onlookers screamed as the yellow school bus hired to take a church choir and other revellers to the ceremony in Kitui County keeled over and sank as the driver tried to navigate the surging waters. Continue reading...
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Police hunt three men who tried to ‘buy’ child from mother after stopping them on school run
Approach in Sheffield comes after similar incident reported in neighbouring Doncaster
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Independent musicians reflect on lockdown as they take to stage for the first time in two years
'It was a massive kick in the teeth'
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Pretty Little Liars star Julian Morris comes out in touching anniversary post
This is adorable.
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Knowing your dating ‘yellow flags’ could help you find the right partner
Not as severe as a red flag, but still something to work on.
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5 times Mo Salah proved Jurgen Klopp right and Gary Neville wrong in selfish row vs Wolves
Mohamed Salah's tireless display in Liverpool's win against Wolverhampton Wanderers suggests Jurgen Klopp was right to defend him against suggestions he is 'selfish'
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Lewis Hamilton's ex Camila Kendra fuels speculation she's dating footballer Ben Chilwell
Chelsea player Ben Chilwell is thought to be dating model Camila Kendra after fans noticed that her latest snaps appear to have been captured at his home
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'I can still see the smoke, fire and flames of unimaginable horror of Pearl Harbor'
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1971 killed 2,403 Americans and 1,173 injured and led the previously neutral country to enter the Second World War
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Covid: UK records 127 deaths and 42,848 daily cases
The UK has recorded 42,848 cases and 127 deaths within 28 days of a positive test, according to official figures.
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Football fans applaud life of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes as his parents' sentence is to be reviewed
In poignant scenes replicated at stadiums across the country, thousands of football fans marked Arthur Labinjo-Hughes's short life with rousing applause in the sixth-minute of matches.
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